Why ERP Advisors Group

Once we partner with a company, we will do anything necessary to ensure their software project is a success. 100% of our clients’ implementations go live, which is unheard of in our industry and even among our competitors.

ERP Advisors Group only provides software advisory services. Our consultants only work on enterprise software selections and implementations. Therefore, they are experts in conducting software selections and know the pitfalls to avoid as they guide our clients to a successful go-live.

You will find our consultants care deeply about your project and are vested as much as you are in making it a success. Ultimately, we will do just about anything to make sure you are a success!

ERP Advisors Group made the Inc. 5000 for two years in a row as one of America's fastest-growing private companies.

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How We Started

erp-advisors-leadershipERP Advisors Group was founded by Shawn Windle in 2010. He helped develop the technology practice at the largest accounting firm in Denver from 2004 - 2010 by offering Needs Analysis and Selection projects. But Shawn saw that clients were struggling during their implementations, even though they selected the right software. The firm’s partners were too averse to the risk of losing tax and audit business from a risky implementation. Thus, ERP Advisors Group was born with the purpose to provide Client-Side Implementation Services.

We take responsibility for the decisions we help our clients make during the Selection phase by staying on for their implementation, ensuring they go live with their new software.

Download our free company brochure for more information about EAG.

Consultant Training


We use a precise Needs Analysis, Selection, and Implementation Project Management Methodology that is fully documented and part of our Consultant training lineup. Our consultants study the Theory behind delivering our projects and then complete a thorough Practical, which is overseen by a more senior consultant. They must produce deliverables during the Practical phase and get correction and re-trained as needed.  Once they complete the Practical, they take a test to become a Certified EAG Needs Analysis, Selection, or Client-Side Implementation Consultant.

No other advisory firm provides a training program and certification for Needs Analysis,  Selection, and Project Management for Implementations.

For information about why you should hire an ERP Consultant, download our free brochure.


Get Expert Help From Our ERP Consultants



Shawn Windle

Founder and Managing Principal

Erica Windle

Principal, Operations

Lydia Wischmeyer

Operations Manager

Natalie Blackman

Consulting Executive Assistant

Juliette Welch

Public Relations Manager

Quentin DeWitt

Director of Consulting

Curtis Wait

Principal Consultant

Nan Roecker

Principal Consultant

Robert Anderson

Senior Consultant

David A. Meyer

Senior Consultant

Brian Anderson

Senior Consultant

Paul Drda

Senior Consultant
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Karl Hudnut

Senior Consultant

Carly Shube

Senior Consultant

Grant Jones


Lauren Parmley


Micah Brands


Dennis Braan

Technical Writer

Rebekah McCabe

Senior Digital Marketing Analyst

Will Dutton

Digital Media Administrator

Sarah Kasprzyk

Sales Development Representative
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Upcoming Event

Should I Stay or Should I Go: Knowing When to Move on From Your Legacy ERP

*Participants will earn 1.0 CPE Credit

Thursday, October 6th @ 12:00 pm MDT

As ERP technology continues its rapid advancement, businesses running on legacy ERP systems find themselves overwhelmed by the lingering need to address the elephant in the room: is it time for an upgrade? The conversation can be daunting with concerns surrounding potential workforce response to the disruption and fear that a change would render the current system’s specialized functionality useless. But in the digital age, companies not rising to the occasion risk becoming obsolete as a result of being unable to retain or attract top talent. In this episode of The ERP Advisor, we will confront the benefits and pitfalls of replacing legacy ERP systems.